Bootloader error after resizing partitions
Using DiskDrake on Mandriva Linux 2006 on KDE, I reduced the size of my windows partition (/mnt/windows) and created a new partition from the empty space mounted to /usr. When clicking on "Done" I get three messages:
1) Your bootloader configuration must be updated because partition has been renumbered (I click on "OK")
2) The bootloader cannot be installed correctly. You have to boot rescue and choose "Re-install Boot Loader" (I click on "OK")
3) You need to reboot for the partition table modifications to take place (I click on "OK")
At this point i cancel the reboot because I have no idea what these errors mean. Then I get another message:
4) You should format partition sda5. Otherwise no entry for mount point /usr will be written in fstab. Quit anyway? (I click on "Cancel" instead of "OK").
I don't have a rescue disk to my knowledge (unless it's one of the install disks). I have not rebooted since receiving these errors. What do these messages mean and what should I do about them?